Golden Syrup Chocolate and Oats cookies

Imagine biting into a golden, soft cookie studded with perfect white and dark chocolate pearls.

Imagine tasting its buttery and slightly syrupy  crumb, as it softly dissolves in your mouth.

Imagine a cookie dough that takes 5 minutes to make and 10 minutes to bake…

Yes, this delectable little nugget can be yours in just about 15 minutes, so turn your oven on to 170 Celsius (340 F) and put the coffee on!

In a small pot, over very low heat, melt 110 gr (1/2 cup)of butter with 5 tablespoons of golden syrup and 1 scant teaspoon of cinnamon and a pinch of salt.

Sift 170 gr (1 cup and 1/3) of self-raising flour and add 1/2 cup (about 50 gr) of rolled oats. Mix the butter in and add 1 egg.

Add 1 small handful each of white and dark chocolate chips.

Shape to form a slightly sticky dough.

Divide the dough into 8 little balls and place them on a oven tray lined with baking paper, well distanced apart.

Bake for about 10 minutes or until the cookies develop a very light tan.

Eat without regrets, life’s too short!

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7 thoughts on “Golden Syrup Chocolate and Oats cookies

  1. Silvia! These are delectable littl’ tea and/or coffee cookies that, I know, are light, crunchy, and a combination of flavors that I adore! You always present your foods so gorgeously, just like you!! xoxo Hugs and luv, Ally

  2. I am calling in to see a girlfriend in 20 minutes, so I am making these to take. I have made these cookies so many times since you posted the recipe, that I am shocked that you only posted it a couple of weeks ago. They are easy and quick to make and taste wonderful. Great recipe!

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